Census TableBuilder is an online self-help tool which enables users to create tables, graphs and maps of Census data. It is designed to allow users to produce data specific to their needs.
The product allows you to:
- construct tables of Census data for a wide range of geographical areas
- view and export data as graphs and thematic maps in a variety of formats
- create and save customised geographic areas and data items (recodes).
Census TableBuilder Guest enables users to view the Census TableBuilder Basic databases without registering. Guest users are not able to save tables and recodes or submit large tables.
Census TableBuilder Basic is designed for clients who want to construct basic data tables. TableBuilder Basic provides access to most Census data in a range of topic based datasets that include classifications such as age, education, housing, income, transport, religion, ethnicity and occupation. Users are required to register with an email address, but the product is free of charge. Tables can be saved.
Census TableBuilder Pro is a charged product designed for advanced Census data users who want the freedom to create large or complex tables. Census TableBuilder Pro provides access to nearly all variables available in the Census data, supporting a large variety of cross-classified tables. To register for Census TableBuilder Basic or Pro view How to apply for microdata.
For more detail on which geographies will be available, view the TableBuilder geography table.
Tutorials - How to use TableBuilder
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Need support? Access the TableBuilder user guide.
To access the TableBuilder shell databases view the Community Profile, DataPack and TableBuilder Templates publication (cat no. 2079.0).
For extra TableBuilder data options read About TableBuilder.
For more detail about geography standards see the Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS): Volume 1 - Main Structure and Greater Capital City Statistical Areas, July 2016 (cat. no. 1270.0.55.001).
Definitions of classifications can be found in the 2016 Census Dictionary.
Want to view a selection of TableBuilder databases and topic tables, check out TableBuilder data and geography.